A listing of all RNZ programmes.
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A weekly analysis of significant political issues.
Emile Donovan hosts a morning of conversation, diversion, music and reflection on the world of work for people enjoying their day off -- and to help those at work get through the day.
Nick Bollinger presents picks from his book '100 Essential New Zealand Albums'
Phil O'Brien and Simon Morris present an afternoon of music and entertainment.
Māni Dunlop hosts Te Pūrongo o te Poutūtanga - RNZ's midday current affairs programme, including RNZ News, business, rural and sports news, plus the long-range weather forecast and…
Comprehensive twice-daily coverage of rural events and people, including farming, horticulture, forestry, aquaculture, trade, research and rural politics.
Your requests, nostalgia and musical memories.
Sounds Historical with Jim Sullivan is the programme that gives listeners their chance to learn about the colourful, dramatic, and often remarkable events and people of New Zealand's past.
Summer Report is back in 2020 with Leigh-Marama McLachlan and Logan Church for three weeks to keep you informed and up to date as we celebrate the great New Zealand summer.
Thomas Goss gives an overview of the life and music of Brian Eno.
Pacific Island news, issues and current affairs.
Karyn Hay keeps us entertained on Saturday and Sunday mornings throughout the summer break, with great interviews and music.
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Waitangi Day on RNZ National with Mani Dunlop and Julian Wilcox, live from Waitangi in the Bay of Islands
A series of half-hour current affairs programmes, featuring RNZ's most experienced correspondents.
A four-part journey through 45 years of student radio in New Zealand.
Clarissa Dunn unwraps some of the mysteries of the human voice and demonstrates what a curious, compelling and complex instrument the voice can be.
A guide to assist the understanding, interpretation and appreciation of classical music by Davina Caddy.
A 20-part series based on internationally-recognised New Zealand scientist Beatrice Tinsley’s letters to her family.
Explore different facets of that modest yet evocative instrument, the standard army issue bugle.
Exploring conductor Franz-Paul Decker's influence on orchestral performance in New Zealand.
A six-part series in which James Gardner traces a personal path through the evolving world of electronic music and interviews some of the pioneers who made it happen.
Over 100 years of…
Beautiful music for winding down at the end of the day.
Allow us to lead your ears on exotic journeys.
Music written and performed by New Zealanders.